Exhibit on the “Forgotten Faces of North Korea” Available for Showing

KPP Chair Eric Sirotkin attended the Korean Policy Institute’s Reunification: Building Permanent Peace in Korea conference held in Berkeley California on October 10, 2008.

This conference brought together academics, policy experts, community members, and advocates for a lively, focused, and informed discussion on peace and unification in Korea and what US policy makers and communities can do to support and engage in this process. Important contacts and renewed friendships were made and the photo exhibit was made available for viewing. Informational pamphlets on the committee and the exhibit were also distributed. Nearly 200 people attended.

Forgotten Faces — Humanizing North Korea

The KPP recently helped to complete a valuable photo exhibit entitled “Forgotten Faces of North Korea.” This exhibit of up to 20 large photos is now available for galleries universities and libraries and aims to put a human face on the DPRK, so that the dehumanizing that takes place prior to war is alleviated. You can download a flyer on the photo exhibit here: Forgotten Faces Exhibit for Peace with North Korea

If you are interested in hosting the exhibit at your law school, gallery, or office building, contact Eric Sirotkin at sirotkin@igc.org

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